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All this dampness around town lately has us fighting the sniffles and feeling like blankets and hot toddies are the best way to spend days so we didn't get to do half of what we wanted to this weekend like making it to the opening reception of the Keep A Breast art exhibit and auction at The Lab 101 gallery. The auction is a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Youth Awareness program and features some very interesting casts of interesting breasts of interesting people from both California and NY. We're especially fond of Caia Koopman's art over The Donnas' Maya Ford's chest but check the rest of them out. You can bid on them online so if, like LAist, you're trying to avoid braving the elements you get to still participate but why not venture out to Culver City and see them yourself?

Lab 101 is open Tuesday thru Saturday from 11 AM to 6:30 PM. The auction ends on the 27th.